10 Strange Canadian Laws
1- Many Canadian communities have restricted the use of clotheslines because they just didn’t like the look of them. Here in Moose Jaw for example it's technically against a bylaw. But being they have allowed so many to exist for years, it's not enforceable.
2- Crime comics are NOT legal in Canada. This one really makes me LOL as you can get them all over the place. Good luck enforcing it.
3- In Ontario until 1995 it was against the law to sell margarine that was yellow. In Saskatchewan I remember it being against the law till the 1980's. The literally had a little bubble of yellow dye with it to mix into it here.
4- It’s illegal to build big snowmen in Souris, P.E.I. (taller than 30 inches)...
5- Until 2010 in Canada it was against the law to put caffeine in a drink that was not dark coloured.
6- according to Canada’s Currency Act of 1985, there are limits to the number of coins you can use in a transaction. After a certain number the vendor has the right to refuse you. Even if it's wrapped.
7- It’s illegal to attach a siren to your bike in Sudbury, Ontario
8- It used to be against the law to move booze from one province to the other without a permit.
9- It’s illegal to whistle in Petrolia, Ontario
10- In Saskatchewan it's against the law to drive in just socks or bare feet?
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